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Chelica815 Mar 9, 3:31am - #414508 
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Recommendation - Car Air Fresherner

Hey guys,

Been wanting to get a new car fresherner for the Celi. I used to have the Spencers or something like that but that one seems to run out pretty damn quick. Any suggestions on a good and somewhat long lasting one?

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cutterman7 Mar 9, 4:36am - #414509 

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i go to walgreens, and buy the small ck1, $11 1/2oz, and shake a small amount onto the front mats, and it last for at least 2 weeks before i put a little more down. i can get about 2 months per bottle.

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cutterman7 Mar 9, 4:36am - #414510 

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i go to walgreens, and buy the small ck1, $11 1/2oz, and shake a small amount onto the front mats, and it last for at least 2 weeks before i put alittle more down. i can get about 2 months per bottle.

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Chelica815 Mar 9, 5:18am - #414511 
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Hmmm...never tried that before. Been using Bath and Body spray for the time being. So you can actually smell the cologne for the 2 weeks period?

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RavynX Mar 9, 5:38am - #414512 

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I steam clean the seats and mats from time to time to get out the grime, that helps a lot. Other than that I use the Febreeze spray or those small cylinder "gel" air fresheners at WalMart. The label says the last for about 45 days and it's only like $2.00

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wonder wafers, or spencers i think are good had mine sence i got my cd player and its still smellin like a champ (6 months ago)

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Chelica815 Mar 9, 6:01am - #414514 
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I was thinking about sticking one of those gel air fresherner under the glove compartment. Would air from the a/c blow the air fresherner towards the rest of the car?

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racuda Mar 9, 4:42pm - #414515 
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Originally Posted by Chelica815
I was thinking about sticking one of those gel air fresherner under the glove compartment. Would air from the a/c blow the air fresherner towards the rest of the car?


Put it in the in-cabin microfilter holder area. All air goes through there, recirculated and fresh.
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EvilJupiter Mar 12, 2:45am - #414516 

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febrez (i think thats how you spell it) the stuff works wounders...at least i think so thumbsup
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Chelica815 Mar 12, 2:49am - #414517 
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Got it, thanks guys.

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SLVCELI Mar 12, 2:49am - #414518 
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Does anyone know where to get a "new leather" scent? They have to have this! I love the smell of new cars with leather Mmmmmm.

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maingear Mar 12, 3:40am - #414519 

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Meguiar's one step leather care keeps my car smelling like new leather seats!
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Chelica815 Mar 12, 10:30am - #414520 
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how about the wipes?

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pina colada, California Scents. (something like that.) cool

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GTS_Rosh Mar 12, 7:12pm - #414522 

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If your car really stinks n your too cheap to buy some top notch air spencers or similar or worse can't even find it, don't do no cabby pine tree hanging crap from the rear view Mirror. Instead, go grab some of your mom's frebreeze and 2 sheets of bounce. Spray the trunk area, all the interior carpets with frebreeze, seats too (if they fabric), then stick a sheet of bounce under the seat. The car will smell great for months. That's the ghetto solution. thumbsup
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maingear Mar 14, 10:18am - #414523 

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sweetnuts4sale Mar 14, 10:28am - #414524 
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quit farting in your car! it want stink! problem solved! rofl
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maingear Mar 14, 10:38am - #414525 

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Originally Posted by sweetnuts4sale
quit farting in your car! it want stink! problem solved! rofl
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Chelica815 Mar 14, 11:03am - #414526 
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Originally Posted by GTS_Rosh
If your car really stinks n your too cheap to buy some top notch air spencers or similar or worse can't even find it, don't do no cabby pine tree hanging crap from the rear view Mirror. Instead, go grab some of your mom's frebreeze and 2 sheets of bounce. Spray the trunk area, all the interior carpets with frebreeze, seats too (if they fabric), then stick a sheet of bounce under the seat. The car will smell great for months. That's the ghetto solution. thumbsup


Is not that it stinks, it just does not smell like anything. I want that good air smell but I am asking which one last the longest. Price does not matter if it last a good while. I used to buy those Air Spencers (refills about $10 bucks) but they are only good for the first 3 days.

And I do not live with my mom, so I gotta buy that bottle of frebreeze myself happywink

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sweetnuts4sale Mar 14, 11:11am - #414527 
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the top priority shouldn't be how long it last, but how well it smells, and how well it covers up your farts rofl
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sweetnuts4sale Mar 14, 11:14am - #414528 
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i spray left over tommy hilfiger.

haven't tried the ck-1 and i want, b/c ck-1 doesn't cover up the smell of "reefers" so i bet it wouldn't help to cover up your farts. rofl
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Chelica815 Mar 14, 11:17am - #414529 
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HAHAHAHA. WTF is up with the fart smells???

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sweetnuts4sale Mar 14, 11:28am - #414530 
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i'm drunk so it's just funny to me right now spineyes
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sweetnuts4sale Mar 14, 11:30am - #414531 
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i also have gas and keep farting rofl
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Chelica815 Mar 14, 11:46am - #414532 
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Yovan Mar 14, 12:21pm - #414533 

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The air freshner that you use must be really good if you have gas problem lol !!! Tell us what you use ?
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